Most electroneurodiagnostic technologists work in neurology laboratories of hospitals. Others work in the offices of neurologists, group medical practices, clinics, health maintenance organizations, psychiatric hospitals, and medical and psychological research institutions. Some serve as consultants for electrodiagnostic equipment manufacturers.
In_government they work for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Public Health Service, and the Armed Forces. Some individuals with the required education teach END technology training program.
Electroneurodiagnostic technologists employment outlook
Employment opportunities for END technologists are abundant and the outlook is promising. As the population expands and new tests are developed, an increasing number of electrodiagnostic tests will be performed, existing labs will continue to expand, and new labs will open. Particularly strong growth areas are polysomnography and the specialty areas of long term monitoring for epilepsy and intraoperative monitoring.